Felicia Follum Social Change through Cultural Art I recently told a friend from art school that I have been staying busy with art and volunteering. She exclaimed “that’s perfect for you!!” And continued to explain that she couldn’t see me doing one without the other. I absolutely agree with her. My art and cultural … Continue reading Artist Statement – Social Change (part 2)
Who doesn’t love a little tea or coffee in the colder months? No one, right?! (or very few people). These Friendship (or even Valentines Day) cards are perfect for any of our tea loving friends. You can find them on ETSY or if you are a fellow artsy type, try your luck at making them … Continue reading Tea Time
First post in a series about where “Social Change Through Cultural Art Series” comes from Continue reading Social Change Through Cultural Art Series: Intro (Part 1)
Tuesday Evenings in June (4th, 13th, 20th, and 27th) 5:30pm – 8pm About the Instructor (you can view my Teaching Resume here) Felicia Follum is a watercolor artist and graphic designer. Her work often focuses on cultural diversity, social issues or the mixing of cultures. Her watercolor paintings can be recognized by their bright colors, … Continue reading Adult Beginner Watercolor Classes
If you look back to my solo art exhibition in response to India, you may remember my shrines that I had set up throughout the gallery space. For some time now I have been setting up shrines around and photographing them. Most of my previous shrines have shown up in Art Alley in Rapid City, … Continue reading Shrine Sketch with #UrbanSketchers
I’m ready to start the new year right with these new giveaway promotional materials! I absolutely love the bookmarks. I’ve actually made a couple changes to the cards. It has been neat to give them to people and later see them being used as a bookmark. I know this is the intention but I also … Continue reading New Promotional Materials!!
Mini Hena and Watercolor Drawing on ETSY. I like goal setting significantly more than New Years Resolutions for several reasons. I tend to stay more focused for small amounts of time. Three to six months is about my upper limit but I do even better if I rework my goals monthly rather than annually. Short … Continue reading New Years Resolutions